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Old Wed Mar 29, 2006, 10:58pm
JRutledge JRutledge is offline
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Well I have never had anyone take these statements literally. I have only had the signing we normally do as the confirmation of the final score when we actually leave the floor. The rules do say that when the officials leave the visual confines of the floor that is approval of the final score. I think that statement in that document has not been updated since the NF clarified several years back that officials did not actually have to sign the book. I am sure it is just one of those things that no one complains about and no one has brought to the IHSA's attention and it has never been change as a result. In my limited playoff career, I have never once had a single person ever try to bring the book to us to “approve the score.” I think this is more of an oversight than an actual enforced policy.

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